Nobel Prize for Physics

A Japanese and two American astrophysicists will be awarded the Nobel Prize in physics Tuesday for using some of the most obscure particles and waves in nature to increase understanding of the universe. NPR's David Kestenbaum reports on today's announcement from Stockholm.

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